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WEDNESDAY, MARCH HI. 188G.
Uk Cap from Newcastle, X S V
Bgtno CoiimicIo from San I'lnncUeo
Sclir J A Iliiinlltoii from San FrnnrUco
Stuir Jn( Mnkoo from Kauai
Sehr Eliukal from Wninluii
Sclir Knwulliinl from Koolau
Bk Oalbarloit for San Krnncleo
Stmr Jns Mnkoo for Knpuu
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0V.
Sclir Canute for Ullo
Sehr Ehukal for Wnlaluu
Sclir Kawullanl for Koolau
Schf Ko Au llou for Wulnien
Sclir Henrietta forthoXoUh
For Kauai, tier Iwnlnul, March .".0
Dr Henri McGu-w, Chas Putnam and
wife, Judge .1 Kaklna and wife, MN
Emma Murkhiiiu, Misn Kiiuua Mahe
lomi, Aug Drcler and wife. .1 11 lluteh
ings, Judge S Minn, u Chinese and CO
deck. ... ,. ,,
For Windward Ports, per W G Hull,
March !I0 O W O Jones J Hoick, Mis?
LIzlo 1' Xapolcon, MI'S A Wlddcllcld,
Mr llyan and 80 deck.
For Windward Torts, per Kliiau.
March 0 Ills Majesty tin! King, lion
8 Q Wilder, Hon 11 Kulheliiiil, Captain
J K l'aulo, Lieut L J Xahora Hlpa, 1)
K Xaonc, W Aylett, D Aon, Miss Mary
Ulll, Mr? Willfong, W II Holmes and
wife, J 11 Seovllle, Hon Junius Kaac. 0
11 Seovllle, O II Million. W II Daniel,
W II Cuininlngs, L K Mead and wife,
O 0 Macken.ie. Mrs Roberts, C L
"Wight, It Ryeroft and 1110 deck.
For San Francisco, iter Calhailcn,
March 31 Mr and Mrs S 'J Shane and
child and John Gulther.
From Xettcaxtle, X S V , per Cap,
March 31 C A Eatnuin and Antone
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Honolulu Rifles drill tlii evening
ut tlio Armory.
Faih prices wcro realised for Sir.
McCnndless' furnitiuo ut this morn
A hunch of keys that wan found on
School street last night can bo had at
An miction sale of opium is to bo
held at the Police Station at 11
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Thu Honolulu Militia is preparing
to turn out in full force on the day of
the Legislative opening, April :50th.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand has
gone to Hawaii with the King, and
will not bo again heard in tho capital
lor, a fortnight. '
Mr. Win. Xoble's iecturo to men,
Inst evening, was largely attended.
Ho speaks this evening in tho Kau
Lottie May, n littlo girl five and a
half years old, died yesterday at
Leleo, of blood poisoning, and was
buried this afternoon. .
Mil. F. Millis is expected to return
to Honolulu next Saturday morning,
and will appear at the Hawaiian
Opera House that ovening.
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A tall beaver hat, packed in u
orockery orato,was faent to a resident
of one of tho other islands, by ono of
tho ateainers, yesterday. Freight bill
The steamer .Tas. Makeo brings
news of four days incessant rain on
the cast sido of Kauai, beginning last
Friday morning and ending Monday
Many friends called on Hon. J. S.
Walker nnd'Mrs. Walker, last even
ing, to olfer greetings and congratu
lations, it being tho 20th anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Walker's wedding.
A lauhk bottle of oil of acid burst-od-
on tho deck of tho bark Elsinoro
this morning, and was burning tho
decks and bulwarks, when all hands
wont aslioio with buckets for boil to
smother tho lire.
The Enterptiso Mills have turned
03 calabashes out of Koa wood, for
tho Pacific Navigation Co. Tho
calabashes nro of various shapes and
sizes, and after being polished will bo
offered for sale.
Captain Babcock says tho tree
wliich boro that lino npplo, exhibited
in Oas window, tho other day, has
in all 27 such beauties, and ho boasts
of an old Mlilor'gotting ahead of an
Divwenuh nro tho older of tho day
for to-morrow, tho Ihst of Apiil.
Haiku Sugar Co., Hawaiian Agricul
tural Co., C Bioiver & Co., and Wai
luku Sugar Co., nro ull paying
dividends to stockholders on tho
. . .
The King's depiuturo for Hawaii,
last ovening, on board tho steamer
Klhau, was signalized by a royal
waluto fiom tho shoie battery and a
largo gathering of people on tho
wharf. His Majesty intends being
absent about two Vfceks,
Tiinlmrk Elsinoro camo horo to
fulfil u contract with this Govorn
monCio tako tho S. S. Island laboiors
lo their homes, dipt. Jonks, however,
.says ho camo oXpiessly to tako Col.
Nonis to tho Now Hebrides and will
receive $2,000 for his trouble.
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The Imrkontino Amelia has been
chartered by Custlo & Cooke, to load
sugar for San Frnnoleoo. Whllo on
tho Marino Railway she was surveyed
by Captain Fuller, Harbor Muster,
and pronounced No. 1. Tho Amelia
will go from San Francisco to
Eureka, to loud lumber for this port.
"Holy Communion" is tho subject
ot St. Andrew's Cathedral this oven
ing ; "Tho Christian Conllict," at tho
Ilnthel Union, and, "A Religion which
Will Wear," at Fort Sticct Church.
There will bo u meeting of tho stand
ing coiiiiniltco of the latter at 7, and
n special meeting of tho congrega
tion at 8 :.'I0.
Tin: baseball season, under the
allspices of tho Hawaii Baseball
League, will begin on Satuiday after
noon next, on tho Makiki grounds,
with a match between the Benedicts
mid Hiiwaiis. Hawaii vs. Honolulu,
and Honolulu Vs. Benedict, will play
in the order given on tho next two
Satunliiys, anil thu sumo rotation of
matches will continue until August
Ji'DUE Preston yesterday appointed
Mr. James Bright as temporary ad
ministrator of the estate of A. A.
Kauuiihui, late of Wainiea, Hawaii,
and set Thursday, April 29th, for
proving tho intestacy of tho deceased
and having u permanent administra
tor appointed. The estate consists
of 21 acres of real estate in Wuimca,
with 18 horses and 10 eattlo run
ning on lands of lion. Sam. Parker,
who petitioned for an administrator
A i.iTTLi: past midnight of Sunday
last tho people residing on Young
street, near .Mr. John Nott's. weie
aroused by tho cackling of fowls,
followed by pistol shots. Two China
men had ascended a tree in the yard
of Mr. Chas. Smith's lesidenco, and
weio bagging poultry. Tho noiso of
the fowls awoko Mr. Smith, who went
in pursuit of thu thieves. As they
were hastily retreating ho fired two
shots after them, but without elleet
beyond probably deciding them n6t
to come there again. Threo chickens
weio' missing in tho morning.
A rr.nocious black hound, owned
by somebody near tho Central Park
Rink, has a habit of chasing horses,
biting them sometimes, and even
attacking the riders. Last Saturday
afternoon while Miss May Ward and
a party were riding along Boretania
stieet, this bruto ran after her hone,
bit him, and then made a jump for
tho rider. Ho would have caught
her skirts and probably dragged her
oil' had she not gathered up her rid
ing habit and put spurs to the horse.
This dog might bo niado valuable by
having his pelt converted into slip
pers. MR. NOBLE'S LECTURES.
Mr. William Noble, of London,
gave two moro addresses, in differ
ent places, on Saturday, and several
on Sunday. In the evening a union
meeting filled Fort Street Church to
hear the eloquent speaker. A com
bination of the choirs of that and
the Bethel Union church, directed
by Mr. J. W. Yarndley, led the
musical exercises, while Hov. E. C.
Oggel assisted Rev. J. A. Cruzan in
conducting the devotions.
Mr. Noble began by supposing that
very few of tho audience had not
heard a sermon on the l'rodigal Son,
whoso story had just been read from
tho desk ; yet he was going to give
a littlo talk on that old, old story.
It was the custom nowadays to mis
quote Scripture, so that it was often
stated, in connection with the Pro
digal's return, that "they began to
eat, and drink, and be merry,"
whereas tho work "drink" was not
in the narrative at all and he was
thankful for it. How many prodi
gals there are in a social sense, ho
remarked, stating in instance that
overy quarter dollar paid in Ilono;
lulu for injurious beverages would
buy two quarts of milk for those
depending on tho buyer. A great
many did not stop at ono quarter s
worth of liquor, while many families
did not get two quarts of milk a
day. Where did tho money thus
worse than wasted go to? Ho was
not acquainted with Hawaiian statis
tics on the subject, but in England
it was ascertained that of the amount
expended in liquor, six or seven
percent only went to the laboring
classes. Hut if tho money is taken
to the clothing stores, over fifty
percent of it finds its way into tho
labor market. If he had the Knights
of Labor there, ho would tell them
that there was a greater question
even than the rights of labor.
Tho speaker then proceeded to
apply tho lesson of the Fiodigul's
leturn to his father's home, present
ing in very striking, epigrammatic
language the necessity of sinners
coming down to tho situation of that
character if they would receive
pardon from tho Heavenly Father.
"When a man is done quibbling,"
ho said, "ho comes down to his true
position," and, "Jesus Christ is as
much needed to-day in the ilrawing
room as in tho slums." Speaking
of the wretched condition in which
men voluntarily placed themselves,
ho told of a young man who had
appealed to him in New York to bo
helped back to England, us ho said,
"I am doing bnijly." Mr, Noble
said he might Imve milled, ''and
smelling strongly," He hail been
in revival meetings, where many
peoplo como to themselves who do
jiot go to their Father's house, be-
r 1 1 1 nm mrinmrir i mi iimwrKiiim MMBHWMf raiBraiMi
enuso their prido proventod thorn
following tho prodigal's good exam
ple. Prido was the ruin of many a
man. Principle was better than
pride. There were too many young
men getting two, four, or six hun
dred dollars a year who were living
up to nine hundred, whereby some
body had to be swindled!
Tho speaker commented on people
who joined the chinch for the sako
of respectability, and on those who
prided themselves on this or that
virtue, but who without the new
garment were still in the rags of the
Prodigal. He illustrated this point
by Sam Jones' story of the mnn who
boasted to him that he had never
told n lie, ami was asked In return
if he did not feel "rather lonesome."
He also related an incident of n
man going into a provision stall in
Loudon and asking ostentatiously
that his bill be rendered promptly,
as ho believed in paying as ho went,
while at tho bhiuo time ho stole a llsh
and slipped it under his coat; but
when going out ho was accosted by
the dealer with the remark, "Next
time you had better wear a longer
coat or steal a shorter fish." It was
no occasion of boasting to anybody
that he lived u decent life. Do you
love the Lord with all your heart,
soul, ami strength? That was the
test of true penitence and sincerity.
When wo come to analyse our lives
by the light of God's truth, wo
must take our place by the side of
the prodigal sinner. It was a fatal
mistake- to say, "I will take time to
consider." Tho word was "To-day,
if you will hear his voice." An
anecdote was here given of John
Lewis, a shepherd who had politely
shown the way to Queen Victoria,
not knowing who she was. He was
summoned shortly after to go to
Windsor Castle, "just as he was,"
and overcoming, under the peremp
tory order, his wife's desire to have
him put on his best clothes, ho ap
peared at tho Castle, where ho was
given a handsome new suit and pre
sented to Her Majesty.
In conclusion, ho urged upon his
henrers the necessity of getting
clear of tho false prido that keeps
their religion in tho background.
That was tiio great sin that removed
men from God they wcro afraid of
the opinion of the world. If you
talk of Jesus Christ to-day you arc
called a crank a little wrong ; but
it was only your religion getting
down from the head to tho heart. A
lawyer just converted had gone home
and proposed to his wife to have
prayers in tho parlor, where a num
ber of his legal brethren were
gathered. She asked him, instead,
to retire to the kitchen, but ho ex
claimed, "Do you think I would
send tho Lord Jesus out to tho
kitchen!" If there were any there
who dabbled in drink, wasting means
that might go to feed the hungry
on an article that was injurious to
them, he asked them to give it up,
as well as everything else that stood
between them and the Father who
was waiting to welcome them home.
An after meeting was held, to
which many remained, this being for
some time past a regular feature of
the Sunday evening service in Fort
LOSS OF THE S. S. OREGON.
Tho schooner J. A. Hamilton
brought one day's later news from
San Francisco this morning. The
steamship Oregon, of the Quion
line, sunk near Now York harbor
March Mth. Tho German steamer
Florida from Bremen, which arrived
off New York bar at 5:25 v. m. that
day, reports that she stopped off
Fire Island at 12:15 r. m. iu order
to tako up tho passengers and crew
of tho Oregon. All were rescued,
numbering 185 first-class, CG second,
38!) steerage and 25 crew. The
Oregon had been run into by an
unknown and deeply-laden three
masted schooner at 4:20 a. m., be
tween Fire Island light and Shtnno
cock, tho schooner striking tho
steamer on tho port sido imme
diately under tho dining room
saloon and tearing a large hole in
her below water. Boats were lowered
and all on board transferred to tho
German steamer, the Oicgon going
down at 1 o'clock. Ninety-six bags
of mail were saved out of GOO, but
all the baggngo was lost. The pas
sengers were thrown in great confu
sion by the accident. Tho ill-fated
vessel was built by John Elder &
Co., Glasgow, for the abovo line,
being launched on Juno 2 1st, 18H.1.
Her length was 520 foot, 51 feet
beam, depth of hold 10i feet, and
her gross measurement was 7,250
tons. Built of iron, she had nine
transverse watertight bulkheads and
live Iron decks, and had accommo
dation for 3-10 saloon, 02 second
class, and 1,000 steerage passen
gers. The Oregon was one of the
"greyhounds" of the Atlantic,
having made some of the very
fastest passages on record between
Now York and Queenstown. Ono
account says she dad been sojd to
tho Cunard lino about four months
A New York despatch, March
17th, by the Elsinore, gives tho sen
sational theory Unit tho Oregon was
wrecked wilfully with dynamite,
and hints arc abroad that tho object
was insurance money on the cargo,
(Suu JVrtici'?(.-o, March 18, per
Congressman Mills, of Texas, said
to tho San Francisco Ohronkla cor
respondent on March I7th that he
would ask the Committee on Ways
and Means to lake up tho bill to
abrogate tho Hawaiian Reciprocity
Treaty on Friday. As chairman of
the sub-committee that had the mat
ter under consideration he is anxious
to have the matter settled at once.
Hewitt, of New York, said,
"There Is no doubt the bill will
pass the House." lie also stated
that the Committee on Ways and
Means refused to allow him to bring
up the bill providing for reciprocity
with Mexico, and ho is convinced
that the measure would not get into
the House this session.
Ex-Prcsidcnt Arthur's health is
It is believed tho new tariff bill
will be ready to report to tho House
at Washington by the 1st of April.
After it is disposed of, Mr. Hewitt's
bill for si leciprocity treaty with
Canada will be taken up by the
Ways and Means committee, but
there is said to bo no chance of its
success, Morrison and the rest of
the Democratic majority being op
posed to it.
A Washington despatch asserts
that, owing to discord among the
Democrnts, Congress N not likely to
do any more than get through the
appropriation bills this .session.
A canvass of the Washington
House shows a clear majority of 25
in favor of the unlimited coinage of
Thu House Committee on Foreign
Affairs has voted, 7 to 0, to postpone
Morrow's anti-Chinese bill. It is
said tho committee was strongly in
favor of reimbursing the Chinese for
loss of property in the Rock Springs
Ex-Governor William Irwin died
at San Francisco Marcli 15, and was
buried the same day.
Mr. Gladstone intends to perfect
his land bill first, leaving the home
rule measures for after considera
tion, tho former not to take effect
until the latter becomes law. Little
doubt is expressed iu London of his
ability to carry.out this programme.
As to tho expenditure of 150,000,
000 to buy out the landlords, tho
point is made that it would have
been cheaper for the United States
to purchase the slaves before the
rebellion than to incur the enor
mous debt that was heaped up, not
counting the awful sacrifice of
human life. Dissension in the Cabi
net is suspected from the Chronicle,
tho Radical organ, coming out
against Irish homo rule.
A report that Chamberlain and
Trevclyan had resigned, started on
the 17.th, is denincd next day.
In a skirmish near Suakim on
March 11, between the British and
the rebels, 30 of the latter were
Lord Roscbery, British Foreign
Secretary, has instructed Sir Henry
Drummond Wolff, British Commis
sioner in Egypt, to arrange for a
reduction of the army of occupation
by six regiments and tho withdruwal
of theBritishjtroops from Assouan
and the Egyptian troops from
Tho Fowrrs, including Turkey,
aro sending men-of-war to blockade
Piriuus, so as to over-awe the belligerently-disposed
Fred W. Millis
The Worlil-Iteiiowncil Ventrllo
quint mill lliimorlut,
Return of I ho Favorite after a must suc
cessful tour on Muul and Hawaii.
By special request, and prior to his
departure for thu Unliul Slates, Mr.
Frtd. W, MUHs will open ut the Ha.
wiitlun Opera Ilomo,
Saturday Brat April 3i,
t2T Entire Cliango of Piograinmc.dS
Box pluu opens at the olllco of J. K'
AVlsinian FRIDAY morning, April
f 0 vml, at II o'clock i-.ii. 31
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
"VJOTIOKIshPiohy given that pulille
1A Telephone Stations ha heen es
tablished in the districts of Kwa, Wal
anae ami Walalua, which an; available
to nonsuhscrlbcrs at thu following' rates:
E WA 10 cts. per Message
LUA 25 cts. per Message
Ewa Station is ut the residence of
Hon. A. Kaulil.
Waiiuiao Station 1m at tho store ot M.
Walalua Station Is ut tho icslilenco of
S. K. Mutton,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
undertake thu delivery ot messages In
tlirir respective dUtrlcU.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can he furnished at the Central Olllcc,
on Merchant Ml cot.
Vtt Milent II. B. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March 31, I860. DO lm
A DIVIDEND of $15 a Miaro will lie
payublo THURSDAY, April 1st,
on til" Stock of Haiku Sugar Co., at the
olllco of Castlo H Cooko, Agents. 80 Ut
U. K, DlLMNOIfAM,
J'reniili"it anil Mannger.
Pacific Hardware Company, ?
I.lmllril, NiirccnsorN to JHItlnBlinnt A Co, and Hftmael IWott.
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.. '
CHAS. HUSTAG "GROCERT
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Bonolcss GodfiBh,
Kits Salmon Hcllic, Entern CodllMi In blocks, New Cheese, Dupee Hntns and
Hacon, Keg Butter, Kegs Pork. Lard, Baker's Wholo Corn, Germca, Break.
fast Germ; Oat Meal; Corn Mcilj Cracked Wheat; Buckwheat ; Flour; Salad
Dressing; Durcts' Olive Oil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; Aa
ported Kxtrncto; Hose Water; Dates; Nuts; llalsins; Pear Butter; Arrowroot
Cakes; School Ciiki: Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Comet and Itloisntn Tea; Family Flour; Brun; Oats Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Bread; l'otntoe.i; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
V8T Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaianteed.
2" Telephone 119.
ATTENTION, LADIES !
GUEZJkJSJy OXJEIVXTVO OF THE
On Saturday, March 7tli, ami following Week,
WITH A COMl'LKTK ASSORTMENT OF
Choice Millinery & fancy Goods
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
8 Hotel Street, : : Next door to .Lcwih &, Co.
Come One, Come All. t2$5
P. o. Box ay;.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or und OO Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now QooiN f'onilmitdly on tho way. Just ncelvcd KegB Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Trlpc, kcgi German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salinun Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
lircakfu-t AVhlto Oats, Qermea; Breakfast Gem aud Shreded Maize. Also, a
line lot of New Zealnud and Portland Peachblow Potatoes always on hstiil.
The vciy lust of ISLAND BUTTER, plenty for everybody.
280 l'rircN Ion- mid SutlHfnetion CJnarnntceil.
IIKU to Inform tlm I.iuIIph of Honolulu iiml
ollleolii tliitIIK.VKUHIX)CK, )m-cu Min -
1 Invito their liixpeellon of my liivgo stock of
isl.Htint,' of tho follow Ink:
A large InvoJco of J. S.
"SHAMROCK" Irish TaMe Linens,
C 1'Rade: J
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for very low rates.
AIo. D'Oylli'H, Toilet (.'(Hci-M.GlnsK nml Ten Cloths, I'lllow I.lncim. ShectlnK, Printed
and Plain Law nn, Danuibk, lluok and Fancy Towels, Huck Towelling, Unbleached Daiuuxk,
Dillls, Ciunhiluund Hemstitched Hamlkei chief m, suitable for ladles and gentleinen'M ine.
Any Length Cut.
Alo, nn Iuvolco or IIKI.KAST MUbl.INS new patterns, fast colors.
TT. O. 3PK.OTJIL.L,
Agent for the YOItK ST, Kl.AX Sl'2. CO., Ltd.' Ilelfast ; J. S. HltOWN SONS, llclfast ; T. A .
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rpWO Experienced YounK Lady Seam.
JL stresses to assist In millinery worn
Apply at tho LADIES' BAZAAR, Hotel
LADIES, ATTENTION 1
The Ladies' Bazaar
WII.I. OPKN ON
SATUUDAY, IIur. Airtli.
wirii a cnoicn btock of
llliicixFii' toils, &,
at 03 Hotel Street, next door to
Lewis & Co
Miss A. M. Burke
linn charge of tlio Millinery Depart
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imikuu, Hawaii. 68 St
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Talilo Clotlis from 2 to 7 yard In IciikHi, with
Napkins lo mutch.
Tlio abovo aro mado of tlio IJK3T irtlSM and
Commit Flax; spun, vtoven and lileaelicd In Ire
land; tho puttcrmi wommi In tlio Tublo l.lncnuiu
dcxlKiicd by lKlSIt AUT1STS, wbo Imvo for many
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A GIRL lo tiiko enro of a young child, i
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MAUFAIUiANi!!, Of ilftCt'irlftne & Co.
Kiiahumnnti Street, next to Bishop &
Co.'b Bank. 8S tf
A SPECIAL Meetinc of tho Shore
holders of tho Deutschcr Vnrcln
will be held at the olllco of Messrs. II.
Hnckfeld & Co., on WEDNESDAY,
March ill, 18B0, ot 2 p.m. Full niton
dance Is requested. Buslners of impor
tance. II. RIEMENSOHNEWEH,
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COTTAGE TO LET.
. K.4. In Pnlnma. near Mr. ,T. I.
ygggg Dowsctt's residence, that cle
RBSMl glint Cottage hitherto ncnu.
pied hy tho owner, John Robcllo, with
lino llower mid fruit garden, stables,
etc. Terms favorable. Water connect
ed with tho grounds. Annlv to
84 lm nYMAN BROS., Queen St.
$ 00 100
& 00 100
Haw'n OarrinccMttiif'g Co.,
E. O. Hull & Son,
Intcr.Island S, N. Co.,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wllder's Sleumshlp Co.,
C. Browcr & Co.,
Walluku Stignr Co.,
Reciprocity JStigar Co.
L. A. THURSTON. Klnntr llrnV...
oo murcuunt ousel XovJ
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